During therapeutic climbing, body awareness, coordination and stabilization are trained, while poor posture is slightly corrected.

The application of this therapy in the medical field is diverse. Treatment on the climbing wall is possible for everyone from a 4-year-old child, to classic instances of disc disease, neurological disorders, to elderly people with artificial joint replacements.

This somewhat different form of therapy is especially popular with younger patients, and it's lots of fun - which is very important for therapy success.